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    Floods hit Bournemouth

     

     

    In the south coast resort of Bournemouth,, the torrential rain has drenched the residents and holidaymakers. The dorset police said “the floodwater up to the level of car bonnets in some areas, with manhole covers lifting and, in one case, a “fountain” of water gushing upwards as a road split under the pressure. The fire brigade dealt with more than 100 incidents in the area over a two-hour period. ” The underwater place after the heavy storms accompanied by thunder and lightning is the Bournemouth’s Central Gardens and Boscombe Gardens. On the first day of the Bournemouth Air Festival the storm hit it. The Dorset Police said “the flooding was predominantly in central Bournemouth. Roads had to be closed and several vehicles broke down “  The A338 Wessex Way is the most worst affected are. The spokesman said that “The rainwater was very deep, apparently, almost reaching the bonnets of some of the vehicles along the road,” In Charminister, Bournemouth, the man in the car rescued by the rescuer, the wading teams had been discharge. The spokesman said that “It’s localised flooding affecting commercial premises such as supermarkets, shops, hotels, even a private hospital,” The residents and holidaymakers was warned not to go out. The spokesman said again that “The message we are trying to get out is that flooding is extremely dangerous. Please call us if you believe yourself to be in danger in your property or in your car. And don’t go out if you don’t have to,”  Disaster can not stop it is so scary. The people and officials should know what to do when there is a disater like this,. Help one another

     

     

    Reference:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2011/aug/18/floods-hit-bournemouth

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